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I Miss The Warm Weather

Since buying our town home I sure miss traveling and the warm weather. It's cold here at Cochiti Lake but I still prefer having a home again. We will be on the road again in the spring for several long trips. I'd like to continue our trip up the Pacific coast. We left California because of all the wild fires and woud like to get to the redwoods and up into Oreg. and Wash.
Also think we may spend some time next winter in Tucson. Just too darn cold here.
It's great to have a home again and no regrets giving up fulltiming.

travelinbob & southwest judy
and our 2blackdogs
2006 Elite Suites 36TK3 (FOR SALE)
2001 F550 Starhauler (FOR SALE)

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If you end up taking that route, we will likely meet up again. We will be traveling that route as the weather breaks. Go figure, we met you on the East Coast because of RVDreams, now we might meet up on the West Coast. Sure hope so!

2006 Alfa Gold DP (Big Al)
2008 Saturn Vue (goes where he's toad to)

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We will be workamping in Oregon this summer...if your travels take you near Elkton please come spend a few days with us along the Umpqua river. Elkton is ideally situated midway between I-5 at Roseburg/Sutherlin, and Reedsport and highway 101 on the coast. Here's a link:

Elkton Oregon

And a link to the RV Park:

Elkton RV Park


2018 Thor Windsport 35M -- 2018 Camry Toad

-- USAF Retired -- Full-timing since December 2007 - Part-Timing since July 2011

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I'm happy for you that you found a home you feel comfortable with yet want to be able to travel at times also. Fulltiming is not for everyone. The majority of rvers are vacationers or part-timers and enjoy their lifestyle as much as we enjoy ours. We plan to be volunteering in Oregon this summer and Sierra Vista Az. next Jan -March Would love to see you as you travel through. It is nice to be able to avoid the cold weather.


Allan, Jeanne and Katie the cat
Full-timers from Alabama
"07 -40' Phaeton & '08 Jeep Liberty

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